Item #: SS-TEM03016B -
Add colored lighting to your projects with some electroluminescent (EL) wire! Available in 5 different colors (red, yellow, blue, green and white). Each coil is a very thin 2.3 mm in diameter and 3 meters long. In a dark room, these are very bright! They're easy to bend, hang and shape to fit your needs. EL wire works best at 120V AC. So, to use this product, you must power it through a DC to AC inverter. The inverter converts 3.3 V DC from your Arduino to AC. It will not work off of DC power...
Item #: ASM-RG-LEDDRIVER -
The RobotGeek LED Driver is a fast and flexible way to add LEDs to your Arduino Project. This driver board will make sure that your can drive multiple LEDs from a microcontoller without having to worry about drawing too much power directly from the microcontroller's pins. The RobotGeek LED Driver is unique because of its LED ports. Instead of having a single LED soldered into the board, there are two 2-pin female ports. This allows you to orient your LED vertically or horizontally, as well as...
Item #: AF-2174 -
This pack of 5 5mm Plastic Bevel LED Holder will keep your LEDs in place. Made of the ever ubiquitous black plastic, with a subtle bevel that gracefully leans into the curve of your LED, people will take notice of your great taste in flush mounting hardware.
Item #: PH-1031 -
The PhidgetLED 64 allows you to independently control 64 Light Emitting Diodes. Each LED can be turned on and off, and its brightness controlled. Most standard LEDs with colors such as red, amber, orange, yellow, and green have forward voltages below 3.0 Volts, and can be used with the PhidgetLED by simply soldering them to a connector-wire and inserting the wire into any PhidgetLED board connector. Output Update Rate: 30 updates/second Output Anode Voltage: 3.3VDC Output Current (max): 30mA...
Item #: PH-3021 -
Additional cables for the Phidgets LED64. 4-Conductor, connectors on both ends, length is 60cm. This product is part of the Phidgets family! Phidgets are an easy to use set of USB-based building blocks for low cost sensing and control from your PC. A wide array of sensors, I/O devices, and controllers are available. To view the entire Phidgets product line, follow this link. Getting Started with Phidgets Phidgets Documentation: Manuals, data sheets, and tutorials for Phidgets products....
Item #: SS-LED204A5B -
This LED Matrix is ment to be paired with the Rainbowduino LED Driver for making cool light displays. Start your own rave in your garage or make a scrolling banner for outside your room to keep pests away. Features 60mm x 60mm 64 (8x8) Super Bright RGB LEDs (Common Anode) Pairs with the Rainbowduino LED Driver Product Datasheet. Product DOCUMENTATION / WIKI Page. ...
Item #: SS-LED05291P -
Whether you're making a new homebrew digital watch or you need a countdown timer for your old doomsday project, the Grove - 4 Digit Display is the perfect module for you! Normally, to get a 4 digit display, you would have to sacrifice at least 12 precious I/O pins from your Arduino, but with this module, you'll only need 2 pins! The module has an onboard TM1637 chip that handles all of the heavy lifting, freeing up resources for your project. Just hook the display up to one of the ports on...
Item #: SS-OLE42178P -
Maybe you've heard of OLEDs - LEDs that are created using organic compounds to create light. Well now, you can get your hands on an OLED display with the Grove - OLED Display. This display is a 16 color grayscale, 96x96 dot matrix display. So why should you care about OLEDs? Here's a few of the great characteristics they have: High Brightness Self-Backlit High Contrast Thin packaging Wide Viewing Angle Wide temperature range Lower Power Consumption So start working with this display today and...
Item #: SS-OLE35046P -
LED 128×64 Display module is an OLED monochrome 128×64dot matrix display module with Grove 4pin I2C Interface .The characteristics of this display module are high brightness, self-emission, high contrast ratio, slim outline, wide viewing angle, wide temperature range, and low power consumption. It has bigger screen and uses all the columns from the SSD1308 chip so that it can display more contents than the OLED 96×16. Features Grove compatible Small size I2C Interface Low power consumption...
Item #: SS-ARD127D2P -
The Rainbowduino board is an Arduino compatible controller board for driving LEDs. It will drive an 8x8 RGB Led Matrix (Common Anode). Work Modes The Rainbowduino can run in different work modes depending on your needs. Standalone Mode (plug and shine) UART Mode (Send data from your computer to one Rainbowduino.) I2C Mode (Send data from your computer to multiple Rainbowduino’s.) I2C Cascading (PC or Arduino generated frames displayed on multiple Led Matrices.) Features Pairs with 8x8 RGB Led...
Item #: SF-COM-12877 -
We know this looks like a lot of our other LEDs, but it’s not! This is a PTH Addressable RGB LED with a WS2812 control IC built right into the LED. This PTH version is incredibly similar to its SMD cousin, except it is a lot simpler to solder into your project and is in a diffused 8mm package. This RGB LED has the control IC moved into the actual LED, so we wanted to offer this amazing product to you! They’re great when you need a lot of color from not a lot of board space, now more so than...
Item #: AF-2226 -
The NeoPixel Jewel is a lovely round PCB, home to 7 tiny WS2812 5050 (5mm x 5mm) smart RGB LEDs. Each LED has a driver chip built into it, making them individually addressable. Many units can be chained together and run by a single microcontroller by connecting the output of one Jewel into the input of another! Each NeoPixel has ~18mA constant current drive so the color will be very consistent even if the voltage varies, and runs on 5V.
Item #: SF-COM-12661 -
This is the NeoPixel Stick from Adafruit, a small chainable board with eight 5050 WS2812 RGB LEDs. The WS2812s are each addressable as the driver chip is located inside the LED. Each NeoPixel Stick has ~18mA constant current drive so the color will be very consistent even if the voltage varies, and requires 5V. Every stick is equipped with a single data line with a very timing-specific protocol requiring a real-time microconroller with a 8MHz or faster processor such as an AVR, Arduino, PIC,...
Item #: SF-BOB-11820 -
This is a breakout board for the built in WS2812 RGB LED. The WS2812 is actually an RGB LED with a WS2811 built right into the LED! All the necessary pins are broken out to 0.1" spaced headers for easy bread-boarding. Several of these breakouts can be chained together to form a display or an addressable string.
Item #: SS-COM22341P -
One green LED. It operates from 5V DC. Perfect for use on Seeeduino digital outputs, or also can be controlled using pulse-width modulation. Each LED has a current-limiting resistor, which protects the LED and the Arduino from high current.
Item #: ASM-RG-LASER -
The RobotGeek Laser is an easy way to add a red laser to your robot! Just plug the black wire into ground and the white wire into a 5v signal, and the laser will power on. The .1"/2.54mm female headers make it easy to plug into breadboards, jumper wires, standard header pins and more. With this laser you'll get three different mounting solutions! These solutions mean that you can spend less time figuring out how to mount the laser and more time firing lasers! You can even use couplers to...